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still tracking to the northeast, causing problems for holiday travelers, with delays at newark and laguardia. b i c mix to the west, and continuing to fall across upstate new york and into maine, causing trouble at the latest into the evening hours. the wind on the backside of the storm has caused some worry. we have not changed from the morning hours. we were at 37 and bwi marshall. look where we are now, 39 degrees. strong winds from the northwest has prevented temperatures from rising at all. 42 in annapolis, 37 in gaithersburg and frederick. still in the middle 30's in westminster. the problem with the wind, it makes it feel colder. wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour close to the airport, 24 miles per hour in ocean city. the sustained wind has been anywhere from 20 to 30 miles per hour across the majority of the state. the wind is still whipping around the trees and the power lines. as you are traveling across the area, we're seeing concerns with that as the wind could push the cars around a little bit. hold tight to the steering wheel. temperatures today in the upper 30's
that we can start construction. but as a kid in the 50's in newark, new jersey, i was, shall we say, a little fey, a little high strung, my mother used to say. i guess like a moth to the flame attracted all kinds of undesirable attention including from some of the teachers. we had a football/history teacher who just loved tormenting me, surrounding me with other members of the football team, some who i got to know a little better later, if you understand my drift. the point was there was no place to go. you felt so shamed when you were being bullied or when you were being exposed. i didn't want to talk to my parents, they were hard-working, i didn't want to burden them with that so i kept it inside for a very long time. there's a book out about keeping things inside like your orientation or whatever and they say that when you have ghost wounds. you don't see anything but they are there from that kind of experience. so when i got to a place where i could actually do some kind of beneficial act around this issue of bullying, i listened closely to many of the horror stories that w
are the airport delays. lauderdale is construction. jfk and la guardia and newark is slowing down because of the snow and wind. you have so many planes trying to get in one place. you have to separate them when the wind is coming in and the airlines don't like to worry and the airplanes don't like to get close to each other because of the snow and the wind. there you go. it will be a slow day today. people trying to get home and pack something to read. >> i know. it's a cliche. pack your patience. it's true. >> thank you. appreciate it. >> hard to believe it has been almost two weeks. the out pouring for a grieving community hasn't stopped since a gunman killed 20 children and seven adults in a newtown town. now they are asking people to stop giving the the overflow has been heart warming, but they are overwhelmed by the volume. they are asking to donate items to those in need in other communities. >> about 200 teachers are in class learning how to handle firearms. it's part of a plan to have teachers defend themselves and protect children on school grounds. utah is one of the few states
already today. and the airports in newark, new jersey, and also laguardia in new york are operating, guys, on a one-hour delay we're told currently. back to you. gregg: anna kooiman, live in clarks summit, pennsylvania. anna, thanks. this major winter storm is not just taking a toll on motorists. check out the packed jetliner in long island, new york, after it somehow skidded off the runway. the tampa-bound flight was carrying 129 passengers when suddenly it veered into the grass. a spokesman for southwest airlines says it is unclear how the plane wound up off the runway and nobody was injured. an investigation is ongoing. heather: well, new developments to tell you about in the terror attack in libya that killed four americans on september 11th of this year. we're now learning that the four state department officials placed on administrative leave after that scathing report on security lapses that led to those deaths are now back on the job. peter doocy is live for us from washington with more on this. hi, peter. >> reporter: heather, the state's department's accountability review board
and newark, new jersey under delays of 90 minutes or less. iana know you wanted me to make a snowball for you. this is a pretty hard one already made for me. i'm diagnose. >> i saw your snowball earlier. you can do better than that next time. >> just fell apart before the conditions got a little bit nastier. it's a winter wonderland. a ski resort in vermont reports 20 inches of snow to kids who got skis are enjoying that. >> that's a great point. ski resorts had a hard year last year. thank you very much. >>> now arkansas, where up to 140,000 people are without power and could be for some time. y vet with with the arkansas department of emergency management arkansas got hit hard. >> central arkansas especially. >> what are the conditions now? what is the state of the roads and then the airports? >> the roads are mostly clear on the main that are row fairs, the ice on the secondary roads. >> eric: how about the airport? >> the airport is in operation. >> talk about the loss of power. we saw 140,000 still without power? >> correct. as of 8:00 this morning they were saying 136,000. >> eric: what
. >> already 600 flights have been canceled today. 1600 canceled yet. as far as delays, at newark, laguardia, jfk, all 90-minute delay or less. >> bethank you. >>> we by the way will have a lot more on the winter storm and the problems it's causing. maria looks at the forecast and what is in store for travelers across the country. >>> after more than a month in the hospital, doctors move former president george h.w. bush to intensive care. the latest on his condition and the word from his family is next. [ lisa ] my name's lisa, and chantix helped me quit. i honestly loved smoking, and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. it put me at ease that you could smoke on the first week. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any
. >> chicago, newark, houon, but the effects are -- can be across the whole united states, right? >> that's right. it's going to hit aund the evening rushn new york and then continue on for t evening. so there's already been 2400 flights that have arrived over 15 minutes late. over 1,045 minutes late. that's cascading more delays through the day. we're owing about 1248 flight cancellationso far. that's not too much in new york, it's dallas, indy, chicago and the numbers will stack up in the northeast and new york this afternoon. the good news is, though, that as long as the airlines push through and take the delays and get people where they want, one to four hours late things will reset. the wind will die down, snow will get cleared and the hope is we'll be on track tomorrow. >> say we're traveling and we went home and nt to get back to work ande're hearing about the delays. what should we do? >> if you think you're affected. if you're flying to, from, or, the northeast this evening, either you have to be very patient and willing to accept multi-hour delays or go to the airline website an
in politician for 2013. let's get the scoop from anna palmer. i want to start with the mayor of newark, new jersey, cory booker. some folks have called him a super mayor. >> well, he certainly has made for himself a name on twitter, rescuing a woman from a building on fire. he is looking at a 2014 senatorial bid, and someone we'll be watching to come. >> in addition to him, the husband of gabby giffords also made the list. why did politico include mark kelly, the astronaut? >> he's going to be particularly interesting to watch as the gun debate heats up following the christmas break. he is the husband of gabby giffords, former representative who herself was a victim of a mass shooting. he's been a really vocal spokesman on this issue for gun control. they also started interestingly enough a political action committee where they're going to raise funds to support candidates who are on their political wavelengths. he says he will not run. he has not counted out a railings all together. >> we go back to the democratic convention. this is an individual that really did shine. we're talking about
delays. new york and laguardia, ground stop. philadelphia, newark, two and a half hour delays and the predominance and problem here, the winds. philadelphia gusting to 30 miles per hour. new york, 33 miles per hour gusts. so that's really part of the problem because the big cities aren't seeing snow accumulation. they're seeing heavy rain with the wind. here's a snapshot. in central park, gusting to 31 miles an hour. all the way from cleveland to indy, 20 to 30-mile-an-hour gusts and new york gets in the potential 50, 55-mile-an-hour gusts tonight. exacerbating are those winds. so here's the big picture. the good news though, we've seen things clear out. in illinois, indiana, even into ohio. you see those kind of holes in the radar, the dark white showing where the heaviest snow is. but see those dry pockets now? all that is lifting out. still wet here along the 95 cory -- corridor but all the snow we certainly saw a lot. so in southeastern illinois, 18 inches. bloomfield, indiana, 11. evansville, 10, indy, 7.2. paducah, kentucky, 4.6. so certainly, a lot of strong storms with
the same for jfk and newark. one of the big reasons, the weather is improving. we're still seeing some low ceilings here but the rain has all but moved out of new york city and those winds which have been the big problem have died down in to the teens so that's really no issue for the pilots here. what is still an issue, though, is the fact that so many people are traveling for the holidays, trying to get home from the holidays or get to the next holiday destination for the new year and unfortunately we have another storm system that's going to be working its way in to the northeast in the next couple of days, just in time for the new yore's holiday so, in fact, we could see more stranded travelers over the weekend in and out of new york city. from la guard yarks i'm meteorologist julie martin of the weather channel. back to you, craig. >> thanks to you. >>> coming up, the latest on former president bush's health after a spokesperson said the former president has suffered a, quote, series of setbacks. >>> plus, new details about senator mike crapo's arrest for drunk driving. it is just one
already 500 flights have been canceled and, jon, newark and laguardia, both of those airports are operatings on a one-hour delay currently. jon: didn't this same area get hit pretty hard by sandy a few months ago? they must have have a lot work to do? misery on top of more misery. >> reporter: you're absolutely right about that. governor andrew cuomo is warning power companies to be on their toes because of this they were criticized with the slow response to get the power cut back on. many residents in the dark and the told for a couple of weeks. the governor activated his emergency operations center in the state of new york as the upper portions of the state were expected to get a whole lot of snow but for the kids at home, i will mess up my goldloves here. they're not making the best snowballs. jon: really? i thought it was, she has a good arm. >> reporter: i think i sprayed my photographer in the face a little bit with my fancy new gloves. jon: is that hat, a fox news issued hat? that is proper equipment for this weather. >> reporter: called, keeping you warm. jon: should h
of delays at the nation's busiest airport. la guardia, jfk, philadelphia, newark. show you the worst is over pennsylvania and towards new-york. we are also seeing heavy rainfall over new york city for this will continue over the next 24-36 hours. the pink indicating winter weather advisories with a storm warning over pennsylvania and new york with snowfall rates of 1 in. per hour, overnight. we could see an additio 2 1 ft. of accumulation gusting and these busiest airports will be impacted. accumulations over the next 24-36 hours. >> vicki: right now, at least people have been killed in the storms. with nearly one-thousand flights canceled today. sandro endo has more on the toll severe weather is taking on parts of the u-s. >> the sound of jingle bells' is the replacement of snowplows on pavement with tires trudging through snow and whipping winds. blizzard and storm warnings are on a wide variety of areas in the united states. this deadly system on christmas day destroyed property in texas, and the holiday snowfall total was broken in arkansas with multiple tornadoespower outages are a majo
optimism. that's what i have. >> chairman of the department of medicine at newark hospital. thank you. >> thank you for having me. gregg: a war of words erupting on capitol hill. moments ago harry reid took to the floor of the u.s. senate and blasted the house speaker john boehner a kaoutsing the speake accusing him of putting his career ahead of middle class families. >> the american people i don't think understand the house of representatives is operating without the house o representatives. it's being opted with a dictatorship of the speaker not allowing the representatives to get what they want. if the 250 would be brought up it would pass overwhelmingly, i repeat. gregg: a dictatorship. how about that? republican leadership has said it's up to the u.s. senate to act first, because the house has already passed two bills related to the fiscal cliff, so we'll wait and see what happens there. as if parking wasn't frustrating enough, one city is boosting its meter rates to become the country's most expensive place to park. would you believe $6.50 an hour? we'll tell you where. patti a
, newark, new jersey, philadelphia certainly washington, boston you're looking at rain and very windy conditions, delays should be over an hour. these heavy thunderstorms are sweeping across warwick, rhode island up into boston and northern mass you're seeing heavy snow as well as sleet and freezing rain into kingston. we'll see up to a foot in northern new england and less as you head further south. this is a very intense storm and the wind will batter regions that were already battered by hurricane sandy not too long ago. this is not good news for coastal new england. >> what's behind it, is it going to be colder? >> yes, yes, much colder. the colder air is definitely in place. temperatures in the 30s in the south. that colder air is coming in for sure. >> thanks, bonnie. >>> the winter storm targeting the northeast right now left behind a path of destruction in the south and midwest as well. tornadoes tore up parts of mississippi in pearl river county, an ef-3 force twister destroyed or damaged some two dozen homes. tornadoes also doing considerable damage to downtown mobile, alaba
at the airports through new york city. jfk, la guardia and newark. in northern new england we have the storm warnings. it looks like the snow will continue. vermont and new hampshire and picking up in intensity, but from boston to hartford through new york city, it's all rain. it will taper off from south to north. we are looking at two feet of snow across northern vermont and new hampshire and maine. the ski resorts need the snow. boston is 45 degrees and filly is down to 38. we will top out in the mid 40s today. that rain is going to taper off and back across minneapolis and chicago, a couple of light showers and the west coast finally not dealing with torrential rain, we should see at least a break, especially tomorrow from seattle into northern california. a much-needed break for that area. you are watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. [ cellphon irping ] [ buzzing ] bye dad. drive safe. k. love you. [ chirping, buzzing continues ] [ horn honks ] [ buzzing continues ] [ male announcer ] the sprint drive first app. blocks and replies to texts while you drive. we can live without the
guardia and newark delays, about an hour to hour and a half. we still have a lot of cancellations today, upwards of 600. yesterday, we had over 1700 cancellations. things are improving slowly at the airports as snow winds down in buffalo. next system due in saturday, looking like a much weaker event especially in the northeast. maybe 1-3 inch in philly and new york city. we have a couple days to look at that. right now, we're shoveling and smiling in buffalo because the economy got a boost here, snow plow operators, didn't get much snow last year but working hard digging us out of this one. >> a good chance you're watching this morning's ""squawk" on the street" at an airport. maybe you have to go to the bathroom before your next flight, need help with that? we might have found just the app for you. our "sq"squawk" on the verge" i next. when you have diabetes... your doctor will say get smart about your weight. that's why there's glucerna hunger smart shakes. they have carb steady, with carbs that digest slowly to help minimize blood sugar spikes. [ male announcer ] glucerna hunger smart. a smar
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